Philadelphia Eagles 7-round, NFL mock draft as April approaches

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7. player. 2246. . wide receiver. Cardinals . Antwan Davis

The underrated Davis could be an excellent get for the Philadelphia Eagles.

The five-foot-eleven, 205-pound Antwan Davis is built like a running-back but has the hands to be a weapon for the Eagles in the passing game. A true possession wideout, the Ball State Cardinal could be the perfect third-down option at the next level. The Eagles need to add a few pieces to their wideout room if they are going to compete again.

A great route runner, Davis is a technician with soft hands and underrated speed, and his skill set, if used appropriately, could help the Eagles transition back to a position of dominance. Here’s someone that could be of great value in the final round of the draft.

USF DB KJ Sails is a versatile weapon that could boost the Philadelphia Eagles.

University of South Florida defensive back K.J. Sails has the versatile playing style that could help the Eagles’ defense immediately. He’s capable of being moved around the back end of a defense. Sails could be a great acquisition for the Birds.

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Landing him here in the seventh could give the Eagles a future weapon on defense as well as someone that could benefit them in the return game. Might they give the former Bull a look?